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Crimethink is everything that evades control: the daydream in the classroom, the renegade breaking ranks, the spray-painted walls that continue to speak even under martial law. It is the persistent sense that things could be otherwise, that there is nothing natural or inevitable about the prevailing social order. In a world optimized for administration, everything that cannot be classified or displayed on a screen is crimethink. It is the spirit of rebellion without which freedom is literally unthinkable.

Hotwire #33: #PrisonStrike Kicks Off, Racist Statue Torn Down

CrimethInc's weekly show brings us updates and news from anarchist and social struggles around the world. http://traffic.libsyn.com/exworker/The-Hotwire_33_PrisonStrike-kicks-off_racist-statue-toppled-in-NC_alt-right-get-self-doxxed.mp3 This week, you will hear updates from the Stony Creek tenant strike in Canada, some creative anti-ICE actions, and...

How the Confederate Statue Came Down in Chapel Hill

In North Carolina, people have been fighting for the removal of the "Silent Sam" statue for years. Last night, people brought it down on their own accord. CrimethInc. offers an analysis on the struggle. The...

We Don’t Forget: Support Joseph Dibee, Environmentalist Accused of Sabotage

As the earth heats up - the State cracks down. After 12 years of fruitless searching, federal agents have captured Joseph Dibee, accused participant in the Earth Liberation Front. Dibee is charged with arson and...

Perspectives on the August 12th Anti-Fascist Mobilization in DC

Interview and analysis on recent mass antifascist mobilization in DC. On August 12, Charlottesville fascist Jason Kessler attempted to hold the sequel to last year’s “Unite the Right” rally in Washington, DC. It did not...

Hotwire #32: Summer in Review, Cville & DC, #PrisonStrike

The Hotwire returns with a review for the summer, recent antifascist mobilization, and news on the upcoming prison strike. Our first episode of the new season! This week, we look back at the long, hot...

“Last Year They Came with Torches—This Year, with Badges”

A year after fascists with torches marched through the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, anarchists and other anti-racists who traveled there to shut down their rally returned to support locals in observing the anniversary of...

The Lessons of Charlottesville: How the Terrain Has Changed

Looking at both the Alt-Right, the Trump Administration, the Center, and revolutionary antifascists, CrimethInc. analyzes what has changed in the world since the events in Charlottesville last year. A year after the Unite the Right...

Who Needs Fascists When There Are Police?: Reflections on Portland

Report back and analysis from mass demonstrations against Patriot Prayer and the Proud Boys on Saturday, August 4th in Berkeley. On August 4, thousands of people came together in Portland, Oregon to protest a...

The Long Struggle Against Fascism in DC: An Incomplete History of Antifascism in the...

In Washington, DC, at the heart of the white settler-colonial state, local communities have long defended themselves against many different forms of oppression. In the following historical overview, CrimethInc. traces the roots of anti-fascist...

Occupy ICE Portland: Lessons from the Barricades

Lessons and analysis from #OccupyICEPDX. To read the original reflection, go here. We are publishing one more analysis from participants in the blockade of the Portland facilities of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). After our...